St. Augustine Self-Guided Smartphone Audio Ghost Tour


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A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

Duration3 hours
Guide LanguageEnglish
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If you’re interested in exploring the spooky side of St. Augustine but desire the freedom and flexibility to stroll on your own schedule, then this self-guided tour is for you. Narrated by a “ghost guide” Jefferson, this audio tour is conducted right from your smartphone. Spend a few hours walking around the Ancient City’s allegedly haunted sites as you listen to ghost stories. A live GPS map helps guide you through the area.


Pass by historic landmarks like Huguenot Cemetery and Flagler College
Opt to dine or purchase admission tickets to some of the haunted sites
Great for groups and families, you can take as long as you’d like to complete
Make sure to wear comfortable shoes as this tour is 2.5 miles long


If you look to your right, you'll see the Huguenot Cemetery. Established in 1821, it would go on to be the final resting place of many yellow fever victims, including Little Elizabeth...
Welcome to the Old City Gates. Now, concerning the supernatural, there are said to be many different types of portals or doorways to the other side. With that in mind, and the fact that St. Augustine is the oldest, and most haunted, city in America, I can’t think of a better start to our ghostly tour than this...
If you look to your right, you'll see the Tolomato Cemetery I mentioned earlier. Now I know the Huguenot Cemetery is considered the most haunted in St. Augustine, but don’t discount this one just yet. You see, the Tolomato Cemetery is actually the oldest planned cemetery in America...
RANDOLPH'S CASA DE SUENOS. if you look right, you’ll find a quaint, spanish-style building on the corner of Cordova Street and Saragossa Street. This is the Casa de Sueños Inn, and although the inn opened in 1998, the actual building was constructed in 1904 as a private residence. Since its completion, it has seen a number of different owners
HEARTBREAK AT SCARLETT O'HARA'S.We’ll be turning left up ahead onto Hypolita Street, another one way brick road. In doing so, you’ll pass our next stop, which is the old, wooden building on the corner. Technically speaking, it’s actually two buildings joined together...
BOOTLEGGING AT CASABLANCA. This inn was built in 1914 and was originally known as the Matanzas Hotel as well as the Bayfront Boarding House. The Spanish name Matanza comes from the river & bay alongside the ocean, and is a creepy omen considering..
CATALINA & BRIDGETTE. If you look to your left, you’ll see a bright red building with an old stone wall. As of 2022, the building is home to Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grille, and although the restaurant opened in 1987, the building itself was constructed in the mid-1700’s...
THE GHOST OF HENRY FLAGLER. If you look to your right, you’ll see that you’re now walking the length of the Flagler College campus. Like almost every college or university, Flagler has its fair share of urban legends and ghost stories, but in this case, most of them stem from before the college existed...
THE LOST SOULS OF FLAGLER COLLEGE. Just ahead you'll see the entrance to Flagler College, along with a statue of Mr Flagler himself. Now I’ve already mentioned the lingering spirit of Mr Flagler, but there are a couple more lost souls at Flagler College...
A PAIR OF PARANORMAL INNS. If you look across the street to your left, you’ll see three small inns in a row. First, look for the cream colored building, with a blue trim, and a sign outside that says Penny Farthing Inn. This bed & breakfast was built in 1893..
ST AUGUSTINE MONSTER. This stop isn’t actually a specific location to see, but instead a popular, and very strange urban legend. Feel free to keep walking while you listen, but watch for St. George Street ahead, we're going to turn right there. It's the next intersection. Ok, so in November of 1896, on the shores of Anastasia Island..
THE LOST LOVERS OF ST FRANCIS INN. Coming up on your left is an old, white building on the corner of St. George Street and St. Francis street. As the sign outside suggests, this is the St. Francis Inn and is actually the oldest inn in St. Augustine. Built in 1791, in the second Spanish colonial period, the house was constructed not only as a home, but also as a sort of fortress..
THE UNKNOWN SPIRIT OF THE GONZALEZ-ALVAREZ HOUSE. To your left, you’ll see a long white house, with green doors and shutters. Now, since this is the oldest surviving Spanish colonial residence in the state, people know it as The Oldest House, but it’s officially called the González–Álvarez House. Built in 1723..
A PARTY FOR ONE AT THE MARIN HOUSE. If you look to your left, you'll see a large yellow two story building. While there has been a structure on this property dating back to 1788, the Bayfront Marin House didn’t exist as it is now until a little later. Originally, in the 1780’s, a man named Francisco Marin acquired the house and lot. However, it was in the late 1800’s..
MARGARET'S MANOR. If you take a look to your left, you’ll see a stone building with green trim that, as of 2021, is home to O.C. White’s Restaurant. Although this building has been around since 1790, it wasn’t always in this location...
THE TORTURED SOULS OF THE ST AUGUSTINE LIGHTHOUSE. Since the St. Augustine Lighthouse is possibly the most famous haunted location in St. Augustine, we decided to include it on this tour. However, we won’t actually be visiting it as it is actually about half an hour away on Anastasia Island..
Nothing says 'haunted house' quite like a closed and vacant building right? After being built as a private residence by and for J. Duncan Puller in 1915, it would go..
If you look to your left, you'll see the Agustin Inn. This building was originally completed in 1904 as a two-story, Victorian home. In its time, this was just one of the many houses in St. Augustine built by wealthy businessman Bernard Masters. Fast-forward to 1994..
Now we come to the final stop on our tour, and believe me, it was well worth the wait. You’ll see the imposing Castillo de San Marcos in front of you, which is actually the oldest masonry fort in the continental United States...


No time constraints, take as long as you like to complete the tour
Audio directions + live GPS map showing route & location
Download on WIFI before (no signal required or data used during tour)
Flexible dates - tour is yours to keep and enjoy anytime
Customer Service via Phone & Email
Tour guide commentary automatically plays at each point of interest


Charged smartphone
Headphones (optional - audio will play from device speaker too)
Attraction Tickets
**Recommended attractions may be closed/inaccessible due to season or reasons beyond our control.

Additional Information

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

  • A full refund will apply if you cancel more than 24 hours before the activity start time.

  • No refund is possible if you cancel less than 24 hours before the activity start time.